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Craftsmanship, skill of CTE students goes on sale 

 

Holiday sale to take place Dec. 3 and 4Catherine Pooler of Scotia-Glenville, Molly Mullaly of Bethlehem, Valentina Puzulis of Berne-Knox-Westerlo and Rachel Ulrich of Niskayuna make baby mobiles for this year's CDOS sale.c


The craftsmanship and hard work of Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) students will be on display and for sale on Dec. 3 and 4 at Capital Region BOCES.

The second-annual Career Development and Occupational Studies Program (CDOS) program Holiday Sale will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each of those days at the Capital Region BOCES main offices at 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road in Colonie.

Student-made items ranging from  Adirondack chairs, fresh baked goods, soups, holiday wreaths and floral arrangements, as well as gift certificates for cosmetology work performed by CTE students on the Albany campus are among the items that will be for sale.

CDOS Coordinator Denise Pallozzi said proceeds from the event will benefit the Senior Club, which purchases school supplies such as uniforms, mannequins and more for less fortunate CTE students.

In the top photo, Catherine Pooler of Scotia-Glenville, Molly Mullaly of Bethlehem, Valentina Puzulis of Berne-Knox-Westerlo and Rachel Ulrich of Niskayuna make baby mobiles for the CDOS sale.Holiday sale

To the right, BOCES Communications Specialist Audrey Hendricks checks out last year the games being offered for sale last year as CTE students Josh Delarosa from Schenectady, Brandon Crandell from Voorheesville and Sanjalo Taylor from the Maywood School wait to assist her.









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